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Midnight Sun Wesley Case covers the city's after-hours scene
Cannabis-infused beer? Flying Dog is seeking approval to brew one

Two Frederick-based companies are seeking permission to market a cannabis-infused non-alcoholic beer in Maryland for patients approved to use medical marijuana.

Called Hop Chronic, the Indian pale ale would be a joint venture of Flying Dog Brewery and Green Leaf Medical Cannabis.

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Guinness' head brewer in Baltimore area named Beer Person of the Year

Hollie Stephenson, head brewer for the Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House in Halethorpe, has been named 2019 Beer Person of the Year by "Imbibe" magazine.

A photo of a smiling Stephenson standing inside the Baltimore County plant — the Irish beer maker’s first stateside brewery since 1954 — can be found in the Jan. 8 issue of “Imbibe.” An article by Joshua M.

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Maryland craft breweries making new beer to raise funds for wildfire victims

A crafty new way to support those affected by the devastating California wildfires this fall is coming to breweries near you.

Starting this winter, a handful of Maryland breweries will begin brewing the Resilience IPA, a beer created by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. in Chico, Calif.

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Need plans for New Year's Eve? Consider these Baltimore-area bars and restaurants

Still haven’t made New Year’s Eve plans? Whether you have champagne wishes and caviar dreams or prefer to ring in the new year with a can of Natty Boh and some French fries, the Baltimore area’s bars and restaurants have something for everyone.

Below, find prix-fixe menus, Divine impersonators, views of the fireworks, and even a New Year’s Eve keg drop.

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New Year, new beer: Guinness unveiling 'mystery' brew in Baltimore on New Year's Eve

Guinness is offering area residents the chance to ring in 2019 five hours early, and with a new beer.

Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Halethorpe will be celebrating the new year by introducing a special “mystery” beer as 2018 turns into 2019. But, as befits Guinness and its hometown, the new year they’ll be marking won’t be the one in Baltimore, but rather the one in Dublin.

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Is Natty Boh at risk of extinction? Court case involving PBR could decide its fate.

The future of Baltimore’s classic beer label National Bohemian is in jeopardy as its parent company, Pabst Brewing Co., pursues a lawsuit against MillerCoors in court this month.

While National Bohemian has not been brewed in Maryland since 1996, the brand is still widely popular in Charm City.

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